Giampa Law In The News
At Giampa Law, we pride ourselves on taking tough, complex and high-profile cases. Our attorneys have a well-earned reputation in New York and beyond as advocates for the underdog, and some of our cases have received substantial media attention. Read on to see how our firm has been featured in the news.
Giampa Law represents the family of Lonnie Hamilton, a Bronx man who died by suicide in solitary confinement at Marcy Correctional Facility in Oneida County, New York. After a long legal battle, in 2022, Lonnie’s father won a $1.5 million award in the New York Court of Claims. The case has received significant media coverage, and attorney Zachary K. Giampa has been featured in articles in the following media outlets:
- The New Yorker – with a follow-up after the award
- Spectrum News NY1 - with a follow-up, and a third story after the award
- News 12 The Bronx
Attorney Zachary K. Giampa was quoted in a Huffington Post article about the dangers of lead paint in New York apartments.
Giampa Law represented Chris Clemente, a New York man who was arrested in 2008 in connection with a scheme to acquire and resell Long Island Rail Road tickets and MetroCards. The case was featured in the New York Times.
If you've been injured in an accident or need representation in a civil rights or criminal matter, our attorneys are ready to help. Contact Giampa Law today to schedule a free consultation.